Chez Dominique

Rue de la Montagne, 27, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | B&B
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Picturesque and pottery

A travel blog entry by weicker

Over the past couple of days we've travelled by train from Brussels to Brugge/Gent and Delft. The train system is fantastic and so easy to navigate. It sure makes that idea for a high-speed train from Calgary to Edmonton look better and better.

Brugge was lovely - so picturesque. We did the total tourist thing and took a canal tour. It was …

Beautiful Belgium

A travel blog entry by weicker


We arrived in Brussels today and our B&B is spectacular - a trendy 2nd floor apartment right off the Grand Place. It is just a block from the train station and everything is within walking distance.

The history and architecture are breathtaking. Many of the churches are over a thousand years old!

We're doing a day trip by …

Brussels- First two days

A travel blog entry by mwetzel


... usually starts out in French before switching to English. But even to say hello idk which to use. Cause Brussels is all French but we live in the suburbs and everything that's not in the city is Dutch. There is apparently a line to divide french\dutch speak but idk where that is.

So that's me up til now. Hopefully we can get our base pass tomorrow so we don't have to leave our passport at the gate. Also our PC is coming so we might go get Belgian phones.

Au ...

Day 41: Train after Train

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... to go without any toppings so we could appreciate the waffle alone. It was super good.

Back at the apartment we made up our dinner and packed the rest of our food. We plan to stop in Brussels for about half an hour to say goodbye to the apple beer at the Delirium brewery.

Next time we write it will be Thanksgiving. We hope everyone has a safe and happy day filled with good food and ...


A travel blog entry by beyondtheblue


... the opposite direction. Thank god for the ropes round the walls. It was worth the long exhausting climb to the top. The views of Bruges were amazing and worth spending some time up there to get some good shots.

Brush up on your French because English was difficult to communicate here. If you're looking for a quick and cheap weekend getaway then be sure to check out Bruges.


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